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Re: invoke-rc.d and rcS scripts

Henrique de Moraes Holschuh <hmh@debian.org> wrote:
> On Mon, 30 Sep 2002, Andreas Metzler wrote:

Thanks for giving a hint how to read it so that it makes
perfectly sense.

>> It is semi-documented:
>> |----invoke-rc.d(8)--------------------
>> | invoke-rc.d itself will only pay attention to the  current
>> | runlevel, and block any tries to start an init script in a
>> | runlevel it is not configured to  be  started  at. 
>> This is unclear, "not configured to be started at" has to be
>> read as "has been configured to be stopped".

> Not really.  The undefined states (no symlink at all) are also an issue.

One has to know that no link in this runlevel at all is an undefined
state for invoke-rc.d, while it makes perfect sense for the the
sysvinit rc-script.
                 cu andreas

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